Michael Clarke, Wembley UK
Occupation: internet marketing
Procedure: ACDF surgery for cervical disc herniation
Much to my dismay I developed a condition called “brachialgia”. This condition is caused by a herniated disc pressing on the nerve in my neck. The result is pain in my left arm along with numbness and a tingling sensation. I knew I’d need ACDF surgery to correct it. But because I have a business to run I couldn’t afford to wait on the NHS. So I decided to go the self-pay route at a private hospital in order to speed the process up. Prices in the UK though were pretty high. So I cast my net further afield and found Neuro Spine Riga. At first I was sceptical because their price for ACDF surgery was less than half what hospitals in the UK were asking. But I decided to contact them anyway. And I’m glad I did.
The staff answered all my questions. And as it turns out Neuro Spine Riga is actually one of the most popular choices for UK citizens looking to have neurosurgery abroad. I made an appointment to have surgery and was in Riga 2 weeks later. The ACDF surgery was performed through a tiny opening in the skin which allowed me to be up and out of bed that same evening. Amazing! Following surgery the pain that had been coursing down my arm for what seemed like forever was completely gone and I was back at the office 2 days after the procedure. It’s impossible for me to say enough good things about the whole Neuro Spine Riga experience. The entire team was top shelf. If you’re looking for a place to have your back surgery, you’d be foolish not to call Neuro Spine Riga.* This is feedback from our former patients, and such an outcome cannot be guaranteed or promised.